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, M WAiet and curs
Jri, ITY, WASTING
f9"fT)fjl t Cuntpimplion, and
' OUrkm $M by nit J J n'jijists,
ieSH 60ACH HORSES,
i aaii-uif i cif.
mx:r in hanti.
JiO COLTN with
t.liarl(ilK l, onlay, tliP faced, ti-n
ilor-lipartea ii-aHjiit gul ,,f Norranndr
madtf great history y nn despriii
BirKfiiied hr the turnni of the
r renou rerolutiuu. ud iuovk.1 tr. W
prtion an Kohi-sicrrc ud Ma rut mere
ixnamg me noner of t mice t the nil
lotion, ti deter mined that alia would
Iut o end to Mantt bloodj reign,
Marat had demanded two hoadred
uiouaaaa vuitiiua for the iruillotin!
He proposed to kill off the enemien of
me Revolution to makti it perpetual 1
ft o wonder it fired the blood ( thin
patriotic peawot maid!
Gaining aoeem to hia cloaely guarded
iuarvers kj a mioieriuge, alia found him
in hia bath, even then inexorable and
gJiag written directions for further
He asked her the names of the inim
Inal .In.,....' I 11.. .
ucuuuub who uaa taken rnrncrA in
Caen. She told him, and he wrote
meradown. " 1 hat m well! Kefore
week is oyer they nhall all be broiiRlit
io me guuioiine.
At ttieHti WOrdH. I liarlutto .Iran r,,.m
her bosom the knife, and plunged it
wmi suneruatuml force mi il... ;n
lue noart ol .1:1 rat.
v.Mnr lit mv ii.Mir Iri.-ri.l cm.n
to me." eried Marat, ami vi.ir..l .1. .
In tho Corcoran rallerv t V,ilii,. ,
ion is fiimouH liamtiii'' of Charlolto.
represented aa behind the prison bars
inn nay neiore, her execution.
Jt 1 a II111U111-. sad nictiirc. full of
sorrow lor her sutlenn country, and 1
"iii"iuni nam ior ner country n
nat n esMon in n. Im..;,. .....!
fl I . . ...... -1111,,
iwo numlieil. nav. five lnm ,,., I tl,..n
sand people would Marat lime sacrificed
to ins unholy passion of power!
Methods are nuitu as inunluroiis nml
inexornlia us men. and t hev tnn.ili. r
tueir victims Iit the 1111 10114.
The Kaire of historv m foil ..f .,...,1.,...
by authority and by mistaken ideas! In
the practice of medicine ulmia lw.u
hundreds of millions ham been allowed
to die and as many more killed l,v mi.
justifiable bigotry and by bun-lin'!
nut me age is bettering. Men and
mothods are improvinir. A few vears
ago it was worth one's professional lifo
to advise or permit the use of a proprie
tary medicine. To-day there are nut
two physicians in anv tow n in tliiu aiiii.
try wlio do not regularly prescribe some
iorm ot proprietary remedy!
H. H. Warner, famed all over H,
world as the discoverer of Warner's safe
cure, liecan liuntins m the old reme
dies of tho Lol' Cabin davs: after lou r
and patient research he succeeded in se
curing some of the most valuable,
among family records, and called tliein
Warner's Lot; Cabin remedies - the nihi.
pie preparations of tools, leaves, bal
sams and herbs which were the success
ful SlundhvH of our eranilmotiiei
These simple, old-fashioni-d -i 1 1 -
1 .... 1 1 . 1 . .
iiopsuuu oucnu, coiiii 1111. 1 consump
tion and other l-emediis have slniel: a
popular chord and me in extraordinary
demand all over tlie land. They are
not the untried and imaginary remc-die
of some dabster I'liemist intent on mak
ing money, but the lon- sonht princi
ples of the healing art which for gen
erations kept our ancestors in perfect
health, put forth for the good of hu
manity by one who is known all over
the. world as a philanthropist - a lover of
his fellow man whose name is a guar
antee of tho highest standard of excel
lence, The preparations are of decided arid
known influence over disease, and as in
the hands of our grandmothers they
raised up the sick, cured the lame, and
bound up the wounds of death, so in
their new form but olden power as Log
Cabin remedies, they are wire to prove
the "healing of the nations."
Cord ay did the world an incalculable
service, in ridding France of the bigoted
and murderous .Marat, just as this man
in doing humanity n service by re-intro-ducing
to the world the simpler ami
better methods of our ancestors.
FACT AND FANCY.
At 2fJ0 yards the
through two men.
l.ell rille would no
Thefresli fruit ornp ot California this
eaon Iihs an estimated value of $10,000'.
Don't hawk anil Mow. and suit.
Dr. Mage's Catarrh Itemed v.
1 r rOli JI A II V.S (Kiln toid
BUMS ilva.g Dre).
sWM Boy without Itupect-
ent of America.
ar ZM-p.f. etLItM,
taWSVTKBB' OVID1C la
iaWStad March and Bept.,
Mk fwar. It is an enov.
tawania or uaemi lnior.
Mtia for all who pur.
Smii is to build five or six ironclads in
her own country.
Iluif""-'I Iihii n Hero.
'What a coward that Major Smith is,"
said .Joic-h to Kohinson. "why, the very
sight of gun-powder would make him ill.
How did lio ever manage to beroma an of
ficer in the army!" "Don't. av anything
acainst Hinith," answered Hobinson, "ho
once saved my life." "Saved your life!
Nonsense, impossible! Whatdo you - can','"
"1 mean that I was in tho first, stages of
consumption; I was losing strength und
vitality every day with the terrible dis
pas, when Smith advised me to take Dr.
Pierce's (jolden Medical Discovery. 1 had
triod all kinds of medicine without success,
and my physician had given me no hope;
yet hore I am, as well as ever a man was,
and I owe my life to Kmith, and to tho
wonderful remedy he recommended.
luxuries or ths
of life. Ws
farnish you with
I tS ttAa, walk , dance, slesp,
f V Work, go to church,
s Ma4 in varioua sixes,
nMtill. Just figure out
(wito do all these things
f, axM fwu can make a fair
a)tMof the nUYEHt'
iU will be sent upon
) I MMlU to pay postage,
tniY WARD & CO.
-J AtwBiie. C'hloaito. III.
MnHfl(;TI"Kl H'l '-1s.,lJj,iK,P
"it HKWINfl NOW ftiP
y T-jIpWACHlNKS ONLY $13
'Jjm nnw tiIllntr nnr VVKHT-
ACaUHe i?t- Aifiil -'ornplff
mw) mil nttsflini n' anti wir
fMMfnr ft yarn for only 91 A.
v-4fr efrr-tiJHr And tm full .J.
tertfAimm ot nut rt uth-r itrit.
t Like bl.. (.'iju Aau. til.
Ths Suez canal takes in
000 a mouth in tolls
A Voiinu lilrPs Urlef
at seeing hor charms of face and form de
parting, and her health imperiled by func
tional irregularities, at hor critical period
of lifo, was turned to joy and gratitude
after a brief self-treatment with Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription. It purified and en
riched her blood, gave a healthy activity
to the kidneys, stomash, bowels and olher
organs, and her return U robust, health
speedily followed. It is the only medicine
t r women, sold by druggists, under u
positive guarantee from the manufactur
ers, that it will give satisfaction in every
rase, or money will be refunded. This
guarantee has been printed on the bottle
wrapper, and faithfully carried out for
There Is to he a cablo from Java to
firm. KU.lir).rcl reinmr
J i'e '!('. l"i .nl Uj mail.
ilfkl ruin tlii'jr hntfi wtt urrw
If Hi I'tiltiin I'omaim will
"'! -1ft pi-r morm,
Wt.sra it Un it . nw 4V.
tB JmU' hn A 1arrvlH, gMj aa U
' A(if'sn-is Cianwi f is V. (sA
t wli liiuii l. rar.
f-t I W. t . f.,,. r, f.--.
Lt.aig'i kuiwaatM, wis. j
lifn Hby mat tick, ire gave bv Cubto'-h,
When the fcoa u CLIhJ, th crUnl Un CuHlortA,.
Wlieo she btM me MIhh, hIjc ching to Ou to rift,
Wbun hiu Chihlrcn, h gft ttinm rat,orin.
MvA.lhentR.n'l mailt m.r. biiki. w.rhfnerorti H,an
I..I. II. Ih. w.rl'1 I.Mh'r 'l C.'iv , ,,,
fh. '1 .iim. lit.. Adrui, ilt'VS ( u A -.gu.u, j....
Trr.t.it n1 rnrefl wuhn ii rn. fle.
h.k n li..tm.iil ihl lie. ASilr..!
The watermelon as so Instrument of ssaat-
slnation hit about bad its dar until next year.
The story that Joaquin Miller's wife slam
med hlru aroumi by the hair of the head and
made bis life one of fear and misery Is rigor
ously denied by friends.
There are a good many devices for over
coming liisomsala, but shout the most sensi
ble one yet published is the brief sod brusque
admonition : "Uo to sleep."
An Indiana farmer got UD In his sleep and
stole bis own mule sod bid him In the woods,
where the sheriff who came next day couldn't
foe him to serve so execution.
A Missouri horse fell over a cliff tbirty-lre
feet high soil escaped with only a scratch oo
bis leg. Next day he got a piece ot corn-cob
in his throat and choked to death.
Before going to F.ogland Jake KUraln was a
perfect Ignoramus In his grammar. Now it
dues not bother him the lesst bit to observe:
'I cswn't, Chswley weslly, I cawn't, you
Joseph White, of New Jerser, slept for five
dsys and nlchts and then Jawed bis wife for
waking hi in up. lie ssld she was always
picking on him when she saw him taking
jiei.ane, l a., lias a citizen exsctly seven
feet high, but he has a reasonable excuse for
lb He got caught in the ruins of a homo
and they hitched a hora: to his feet and
pulled him out.
An Ohio farmer found his bees getting
rea lv to swans ud he sweetened s gallon of
whisk; and put It In pans. The bees got
drunk and he had uo trouble In handling
it Is agaiust municipal !stt in China to dig
over lit) feet to lind well water. It Is the Idea
mat me bottom would fall through onto
A merles If they dim about 'Hi feet and they
uoti t wsnt to dainaire us.
Houdurai has just passed a law that women
may compound medicines for family use, and
In case they have no family they can take the
dotes themselves. Women hsve no wIul's.
nut the? are gettlug there.
A strsnger who jumped Into the Ohio river
the other dsy left behind him a note, which
said: "( uss the rich, durn the Door, and
may I bring up In a warm and comfurtauls
place " lie probably did.
a goou manv chaps who were looking up
msps snd worrying shout Stanley lust sum
mer sre now looking through their pockets
ami worrying ahout their winter coal. The
laws of nsture uro Inflexible.
Grorge Ailamn, a hotel clerk In Vlcksburg,
started to kick a dcd beat out of doors and
kicked the Jamb with such force as to cripple
bim for lire. There was a wild hkl ha! as ths
U moved on to fresh dolus.
tblcego hus.'nesi men, during the Brst half
of this year, mailed over tliH.IWII worth of
check' and notes without Blampiug the en
velopes. It's mighty easy to lick on a stamp
ami powerful eunt to forget to.
The Chinaman v ho can get back to the Co
icstu,! r.intlre with $:!) in caidi can be a big
gun an tlie rct or his ilnvs. That's what he
is drcumintr of when he suuirts the dampueas
oyer the shirt-bosoms before him.
Tucson, A. T, pronounces lis nameTooson.
Jr It wanted to ! called so why not have
cpclleil It si .f Probably for the Mine reason
that "Hartforilihiru" Is pronounced Unrfur-
etyre and ( hulinoiidcley Chumley.
Jay Cooke fished at Heach Haven for tweu-
ly-Cigtit full days this year, aud his total
catch ot flih weighing half a pound and up
wards, was 'i bj llih. He can flancicr a ti-h
line as well as any man In America.
Lightning tore the eight rooms of tho rest
uencoof .N. It. Corbln, In Vlueville, Ga., Into
ribbons. The bolt passed between the baby's
crauie, in which It lay, aud the mother's bed.
and all around a negro servant sittlug In the
kitchen, yet all escaped.
A dagger eighteen inches long, of finest
steel, Inlaid with blocks of gold engraved In
Arable characters, was found lately by s
herdsman In (iillesp'o county, Texas, and Is
thought to be u relic of the time of Cortex,
and to have been originally bought or captur
ed from the Moors by some grandee of Spain.
An Kngllshman recently stated In court
that he married at the age of 10 because he
was out of work. He meant not that he took
advantage of a holiday for the ceremony of
marriage, but that the girl was doing some
thing and he wanted to share her waL'es.
tuch marriages are not uncommon lu En
gland." The swiftest bird on the wing Is the frigate
bird, a sort of nautical bird of prey. Sailors
believe that It can start with the peep of
dawn from the Coast of Africa, and, following
tho trade wind, land on the American coast
before sunset. It can undoubtedly fly mora
than 200 miles an hour, but we do not know
of any trustworthy record or the speed of
which It Is capable.
Amsterdam claims to have become the
chief European tobacco market on acccuut
of the fine miallty of Sumatra tobacco which
fs brought there. American cigar manufac
turers are said to be specially eager to get
this tobacco. Sumatra sent to Holland In
1887 b'SS, 001) bales, worth about $18,000,0011, of
which $",80O,0O0 worth was purchased by
American huyera The Dutch tobacco com
panies make enormous proQts, the dividends
of the Dell company having been 109 per cent
and those of tho Arendsburg company 1G9
per cent la a recent year.
It Is asserted In a London paper that the
discovery made by Mr. Hewettln the trtlfiVlal
manufacture of quinine will renult In the re
duction of tho price of that article to a few
cents per pound. The Importance of this dis
covery Is rendered greater by tho fact that,
while hitherto dependence has been on the
cultivation of the cinchona tree for quinine.
tho bark yielding only about '4 per cent of the
same, the new process admits of the sub
stance being produced without limit from on
article which can always be got In ubundauce
In any part of the world.
According to a writer In the Liverpool I'ott
It Is not tho leant part ofhe prince of Wales,
enjoyment of Homhurg that It la one of the
few places In Iho c vlllzed world where he Is
not mobbed. What In past years has annoyed
the prluco bus been tho slsvlsi Imitation of
his dress, by the mashers and dudes, more es
pecially the latter, who are of American birth
Lsst yesr he took effectual means for putting
a slop to this folly. Immediately on his arri
val the old order of things prevailed. The
cut of his coat, tho pattern of lilt waistcoat,
tho slmdo of his necktie were uoeuralolf
cooled Then a buppy Idea occurred to tht
prlnco. Ho ordered from soma unknown
source a hideous suit of dirty blanket liued
tweed. Ho put on a rod shirt with a blus
collar; wore a toft felt, Ion-crowned, cream
colored hat, with s bnud of orango Million,
and thrust a blue silk hnudkercMcf Into hit
breast pocket. This, wlih tan shoos, com
pleted B costume the like of which was nevei
soon on land or ea. Hut It eflieteil Its pur.
pose. -The prlnco had It all to himself, mi J
this year has hud uo occmlon to repeat tin
(enralogy ui a Quern.
Queen Victoria is the niece of William
IV.,lio was tlie brother of (h-orge IV..
who was the hon of (it-urge III. .who was
tlie grandson of ieorge 11, win. was thP
sou of George 1., who was the cousin of
Anne, who was the hit-ter-ln-law of Wil
liam III., who was the sou-in law of
lames II., who was the brother of Charles
It, who was the Bon of Charles I., who
was the son of James I., who was the
cousin of Elizabeth, who was the sister
?; J,I7 wno tue sister of Edward
IV., who waa the ton of Henry VIII.,
who was the son of Henry VII., who was
the cousin of Richard IH., who waa the
uncle of Edward V.,who was the aon of
ruiward, 1 V ., who was the cousin of Henry
VL, who was the son of Henry V., who
waa the cousin of Richard II., who was
uie grandson of Edward III., who was
the son of Edward II., who was the aon
of Edward I., who was the son of Henry
III, who was the son of John, who was
me oroiuer ol Kicbard I., who was the
aon of Henrv If lm uu tin m.;n
Stephen, who was the cousin of Henry Mount Sheridan.
I, who was the brother of William Ru-
lus, who was the son of William 1.
iuquerer, or eight hundred years ago,
Pninilnc at Death's Door.
A story is told of a man who suffered
severely from ague, which neither med
icine nor charms could alleviate, but
oeing advised to devote himself to pun
ning became so interested in the pur
suit that he speedily laughed himself
into robust health. It cannot be denied
thnt a hearty laugh, even nt the cost of
a nan pun, is no mean tiling in itself,
ami nns otten nt-en known to he of in
estimable service at the crisis of a heri-
ii . i - - ....
ous maiuciy. a physician visiting one
of the brotherhood, who was in ex
tremis, apologized for being late one
day, but said he had beeu to see a man
who had fallen down a well. "Did he
kick the bucket, doctor?" groaned the
punster. Ayain, the story is told, if wo
remember rightly, of Theodore Hook,
wno, as tie lay flying, encased in mus
tard planter pootiltices, was visited by a
friend, to whom he remurked: "Plenty
of mustard, my boy, but very little j
Too Bashllil by Half.
"Laura," exclaimed the youth, as he
laid his arm timidly on the back on her
chair, now that you have promised to
be mine, it surely does not eeem like
asking too much if I " "Well,
vjeorge .' ueorgo took Her hand in bis.
swallowed onco or twice spasmodically
ana proceeded: ah your ntlianceil bus-
band, Laura, whom you will some day
promise in sigut oi mgli Heaven to love.
Honor and er cherish, you will not
think me presuming, dearest. I hone, if
if " "Well. GeorL't?" " If I
venture to claim the, privilege of a k of
a kiss!" Tho lovely maiden laid hor
head trustingly on tho young man's
shoulder, a tender light shone in her
dreamy eyes, and her fragrant breatli
swept tho check of the ranturous lover
as alio softly murmured: "George, don't
oe a ciam! uiucngo -News.
"Co far. so good, said the bov. after
eating the otoim tart. After reviewing the
thoudRd and teas of thousands of cold
and coughs that havii b-'-ca conquered by
1'r. mill s 1 oo;u yrup we can readily say.
to ir, m ;u.)il. J i ic - j cents.
I nave found a sunt care for my wea
ankle, the aid. "What can it be"
"Fancy a woman never having heard of
Salvation OH at twenty five cents a bottle.
. In Franc there arw 22,313 natioaal
schools far jirls aud 37,121 for boys.
If yon have barbed wire fences, keen V
lautrr Carbwllaalv In your staulea. It
cures without a sear and renews the hair Ita
original color. SO cents aud $1.00 at Drug
gists or by malL Cole Co., auack Siv
The sight ot the new British rid alloi
for an elevation up to 2,800 yard.
Ws invit your atteution to the adver
tiasmant of Dr. F. B. Golley, in another
A mountain in Colorado ha been named
It's Easy to Dye
WaTmntod to cnJor more gods tSinn any
other dyvs ewr maU anl to giw nr. re bril
liant a.rj'1 Juratxe colon. Afck for liin Jia
tnond, and take no other; 36 colore, xocta. each.
Iff LIS, RICHARDSON & CO., Burlington. VL
Tor Gilding or Bronzing Kancy Articles USB
Gold, Silver, Bronze, Copper. Only 10 eta.
ture from liiV, printed on fine
plate Tinpt'r by patent photo
process, wnt free to Mother o
any liahy born within a year.
Kvory Mother wants tbeto
plctnmi ; Bend at once, (jive
Buby'a nitine and aire.
WEILS, RICHARDSON Jt CO.,
A Cat's JM"! vcloin In.tlnet.
It was an ordinary, evei v-dav. Knmttv-
nosed cat that to all nnncarances had no
soul above milk and possibly diminu
tive rodents; but beneath its coat of cat
Inur there linked almost a human intel
ligence. Ihecnthnd, suvs the Provi
dence .lournftl, been wearing n collar
encircled with tinkling bells, and with
more or less pride had displuvcd it to
other cats, and the feline .jealousy
awakened thereby hud rcsultedin sun
dry fights, in which tho cat with the
musical collar had lost one or more
bells. His mistress, who is a firm be
liever in the ability of mind to triumph
over matter, argued tho case w ith the
cat, and finally, by the aid of mental
suasion, collided with tho use of a small
switch, succeeded in teaching the cat
that to lose a bell w as to get a whipping.
Recently the cat. dropped a bell on the
street, but beard the tinkle as it fell,
and realized the compromising situation
nt once. To leave the bell win to get a
wiimpmg, so He at once took it in his
mouth, trotted home, and jumping, into
me in p oi nis mistress, dropped the he .
and held up his head to have it replaced
on the collar. I lie cat and the bell can
be shown if this story is doubted.
T'riK true American lias
a warm place, in hia heart
for tho old Loti C'-uin.
its not. f.pgiisli you
know,"but from the Log
Cabins of America hiwo
sprung men in every re
spect greater than any
... .1 1 . . 1 1 l.T -
irom me grand ensues ot j.uropc. War
ner's Log Cabin Sut'.-.aparillu is the best
lu tlie world.
IVhy fv Vork Wai Celled (ioihnin.
I'ecituso the inhabitants thereof were
such wiseacres the allusion being to
the threo wise men of Gotham "who
went to sea in a bowl." Gotham is a
parish in Nottinghamshire, in England.
the inhabitants of which were famed
throughout England for their stupidity.
1 lie name was tirst, applied to this city
ny wasmngton Jrving and dames K.
Paulding, in their "Kalmagundt," the
last number of which appeared in 1808.
Wood Choppers Millie.
Devidwuod iDak-) Pioneer, Ana. '31.
doe Itivard, who held one-twentieth
of ticket No. U.H0-J, which drew iJlo.OOO
or oisH-twenticth of the capital prize
(;j00,000i m tho Louisiana State Lot
tery drawing ot August itii. received lus
money through the First National bank
of this cify and left Wednesday for his
lornier Home in Canada, w here ho will
purchase a comfortablo homo for his
parents and then return to the hills.
Joe was a wood chopper in tlie Honic-
stako, camp near Iirownsville, workin
for day's wages, and this money will
place himself and parents above want.
Joe ISerry Mormon doc) of Urowns-
ville, who had the number of Rivard's
ticket, and learning from tho Pioneer of
August 8th that it was n lucky number,
went to the wood camp and purchased
it for -i0, but after some dilbculty the
matter was compromised by Itivard get
ting 410,000 and Jlcrry $.1,000. Pur
chasers of Louisiana Lottery tickets in
this vicinity will hereafter ' hold thorn
until they learn tho result of the draw
A canal will soon be built between the
Black and Caspian seas.
A SoiiE.TintnsT on CouoH, if suffered to
progress, olton results in an incurable
throat, or lung trouble, "lirowu's IJron-
t hiul Troches" givo instant relief.
whou lis dies.
IN A BOTTLE.
WEST'I ELECTRIC CDH
Catarrh, Hay Fever, Nenralgia,
Headache, Asth.ua, and Khcu
matlsm. It has no equal. Every
bottle sold on .'10 navs' trial.
Price J1.U0. A liENTrf WANT
ED. Local agents sell from 12
to it Bottles Dally. CSTTerms
to agents aud complete Dcw.riptr
Ive I'niupluet Knur.
TIIK Wl.sf M.tXCTRIC CI UK CO.,
110 Ha. Illusion St., lilrago, III.
wxo Ba. rwwm Imtrt temm. aai
ttowr ve&Ssftwa mmM ICAk. rcnoCLM
j; i .m'.i nC ir ' w,
(Ka to hjwwxs cancwa (owwr m
hat at ssa i iwn aminnaM
MatMtMi m tan wmHi, a.
mm Mr III la MMH Cwal D
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an IwjBMmm fcawst rMwa sir
W. L' DOUGLAS
The iy mi 1 Kinun sum nuMk nv
SM. TACKSr &rfjsSt!Ab U kgn
aa 'fMI t iKiMtsmnl tmd Xtl LC MOT HIT,
W. I. ubbcLAt aaafOK. as r&taai mil
w." u'uoXioUa'Sa-a pt.ica uoc
tOtmd ata mtr Ciiriw all wwat tksia.
mm Eiioaa.gi.il SIiim Ha Tuhi
was TtoM ii iiMt AM.
W.UOelJaiwtBOii Is ;!
fctHwiMi. Hoc Ctt S. rat cut arte-,
w. t. dodolsj fti.aa wattiscMix-s .
BOKHlkMlkciUIV wutk im;ai
air oaM no wmr mm VMr.
W.i.DO(iLMMIHOI rOK BUYSa
tke Ml MM M "! wvris.
w. L. Duixli.aa ai.:s rocrn's irhnei
Hmmm tM la mmI JSua a cnu& lu iar to
out atMts Hi awldL
All mdj la Cnui.ok Kaecaa aa 1mm. It in
n'd lw Jir d Mr. wrl
W. 1 IK ll.lat4, HnKktan,lla.
tn-itn of Xalart."
.. 'I OK
Ihi Hi f iller nt '
Wli.il an-l Wli,-n- Ik llo.l..
"li"-l rli-it v in Niilnrt1..
Can.r. unil Cur-yf lM.(!a'.,
.utini; in Miirriu-p
A Ni'" Adient ot S, luutille, It, liglous, anti IlIsLorl-
(nl y in-ti
P!u!',!hy of SAturi. Mtjnpily Journal per yr. 1.00
I'HII.IIUOOi; ,1 I) KAN, a;i Itroadwav. N. V,
07 Washington M., Chicago, III.
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
I; IVXI-W YOHX.
Tit Larseit. C'heapciL aaa belt la the worlS.
cam ii ASNirra itto.ooo.ooo.
Wll. F. ALLEV,
f rCmt la I
f fx lot u.va.u
V.wBlMl a.t MW
m m A MaMStrtaurc. W
EI "rS ..ly ky I.
1 preicnne and folly n
doren Ills Ii an lh only
of this dlseaae.
Amsterdam, N. Y.
We have sold Bis G tor
many years, and It has
Kiven tna Deal i aaos-
U. M. L, I 1,11 r. c .u.,
SI. 00. Sold by Drusl-iits.
The Celebrated Red Oak Cart.
Ttpfrt Crt on earth. Ko hor.i moMnn. Ttr-MlHtit?
nml tiifi-'iiiiE (;an a pcclnH i'rlco and
VU.fJ. F. (. ll. cfir umafia. bend for cut.
CHAS. F. MILLIGAN.
UchIit In all klnda of
Carriages and Harness
12th and HitriM'T afreet a, Omnhn. Neb.
A II IV A VJi
H U VII H I
Tie Great Lirar asl Stsmaclr Bemefly
For tho rare ot an fM-vtimvat eke Stomach. LI var,
Bowcla, Klilaeji. BlaA&ur. rroa Biseaaea, Lcai vt
Appetite, HeKtKjMr, OjTOClBitSan, CustlveaeiH,' la.
dljemiim. BWoibidiim, Paw, livOiimKuitlon of lb.
Bowel., PHo aod JI siKMuproMaia at the Iuternai
Vlwwra. Par-dr ,wa?wfcliH ttwtalatoa aa lueruur
?7 H fMwf'' i"" 'ry mornlnx, about MB
o'cIih-S. m a dloiMtrjcju.
DriMPFaalMxiaMilt. IWtamem. will k avoid.
M Um iliwd tfeac odea cnjirriul lu noarlaaica
arapectla tteawiaMtt, at. ek oawial at uS
from tHRMMdfth. IHwM n- 1-. . 1
Inward pilaa, Kullmnn at a Stood In taeHead-
or roe, ru.
Ckoklag or ausrocnmi
-. Heartburn, Dfafuri
aHLHiaUima wtian in a lyfaf
t WeSihfi Ik tk. Utoaaacta.
KtUrtas of Ca i
LiftUnm. iHim In. I
pootansptrnnr ol Vtrfni, Due or W.oa befor tk
of P.r.ptrtk. VAmm at tko Ski and Ira
Pafn In I bo 34. cve r.iwl .1,4
of Ue.1, Banuac la SXo M.a.
A few doam rC K.I bw s v-a prf y u .111 .w
the ayatom of all fck afco.. aanii, uSorUera
rnM tea oeaperkox. Coki byaUdninlsta
Send fi tettor tttmt vi n (t. KS PWA VA CO.,
Uos want IkMuuuia. wii b. Mi to you.
TOTHEFOaUC. Ii,-. M.t a.S tor RAI) WAT B
and w thai to azsca " RAD WAT "km wkal yoc
. Z. Suclirl Cctlia
, Sent on trial. Flxhl
paid. Fully Warrant..
3 TON $35.
Olher tizcs nroDortioa
ttely low. Ag-nt well paid. IllusiraieU Cmtalogua
free. JMmion this Papr.
0SS00O Ic THOUFSOK. Bineh&mton. K. I
Plso's Kemedy for Catarrh Is the
Best, ILsk'Ht to Use, and Cheapest.
Hold hy druimlsts or sent by malt
00c 11 T. Mazeltine, Warren. Fa.
relief for ASTHMA
SI-OWKLl. A CO.
to $8 per day Sumi'le worth l M J-'RKK. Mnet
not under fliti hort-e fct. Writn RrAtvntf
Safety Rein Holder Co., Holly. Mich.
Juy loti Srs-i tit an rilliai;.
Miny wtvfrifp)f eiiril.
rSpso.lriw8: without ot
Wholly urilk artitia nyntrimn.
llracy catSfiv44 hy hapremc Court
Great lariuotU4Maf feo corrcmpoiKleibfi'fe -ic'lUva.'Tes.
Protper-ttr wHth?!iueiC(.f Dr. Wm. A. flanv
ntonu, ttte w.irW faawi SciaJitt Ln Mind dlseunn,
liftuiel rtteia'jJr Thurnipmin, the grrl
l'tyclKttoitist,,!. M. Kurhley. IK I.,B(lftor vi
;brtatfu Advocatrt, liWKarei l'rotor,
bcimtist, aad nthrin. ttf.ni noil trre by
Pro!. A. LOlbOTX. W Firth Ave.. New Tor .
Wholosali Goods to Consumer!. T
biT art roar fwotm f rvm it i-S?-' to a Uircahf mt mctl
AT wtnoi.BftAtJL Vk. la viU-o
loat pram. HOWf JuataaadvsitcteiBitamv'to -SreJJ'
PfMiy r-iatTraforniall 1.AV.QM
CATAtOOUft. PA(?M. tilMtrationtw .
Krarrlata-C 7 !Vvoaatsj Pvtrekaialntr Al
olata, lOtAltM Wmbaja Aw.,Olcic.U
for ralaraai. wo nrr t KaAaaai llavuk f IULmIa.
w7Tv-,A-iu ' 43543.
ryant & Sf raf fon Chicago Business College 1
SHORT-HAND INSTITUTE and ENGLISH TRAtNINO IICMOOL. rtaA.iAlt.
ibi rrt rii .n i ths i.A.iic3HiH'j? xir tum w ihi,ii nu.irwii..
Uoa. C.U1.KU.. tonna, .t... Mat t'UJta. f-H-T-irHI It Salt' I IIT m rirtl. Pi iiMia. Ckla.ql. Illl
lVnna Knnlne nnlMt
pump"! '!ti ina nlmw
Tr& Ism Brst I
Dnn't 'nite your monc v on n gum or rubber -flat. TIV WMT HiMKD RLICWTrt
i nfisolulfly ir.it'roiv tf''irimr,Bid will krr yo-j 4Py Uo bardt atoruJ
Atk (or the "KliSH hKAND" siiciCHtnti tatTWeib?r- I vr- -fxu-eketaT 61 4
r, nr mjt," himhI 'r r'.crt wt rtTalncita tit I f TifWKlt, 5 vir" :. SC , Ponon, M"'
will Irnvo $00,000,000
A Fortune for (5s "
An opTKirliniity fr vry Lndy und Ovn
tU'itiM.n t upciiio tin lii'ii'jM'iiiloitt fortuiio
wil h hIh nip, Tlie Monl;j un In vtyt nn'n t. ('um-
puny, JMnin, lont.
IllBuiftrck wtlclis Til poutidi.
A DELICIOUS BISCUIT
ASIC youk omxiKi JPOFS
DWIGHT'S "COW BRAND" SODA
AND TAKE HO OTHEa.
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